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More than Manga

Osamu Tezuka was a great artist, a prodigy, a scholar and a clean living gentleman who loved... read more

Reviewed 11 June 2018
MWandAW
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Sydney, Australia
A taste of modern Japan away from the crowds

I would really recommend this museum to visitors who are perhaps not manga fans but are interested... read more

Reviewed 20 December 2016
Daniel G
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Takarazuka, Japan
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Reviewed 11 June 2018

Osamu Tezuka was a great artist, a prodigy, a scholar and a clean living gentleman who loved children and gave them a good message for life. The exhibits in this museum are an indication of his great talent and requires a load of reading. The...More

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Reviewed 11 July 2017 via mobile

I did read lots of his manga. He will always be one of the best manga artist in my heart. The museum have a cute small cafe and kiosk on the third floor. Friendly for family with kids. Best part is you can find all...More

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Reviewed 20 December 2016

I would really recommend this museum to visitors who are perhaps not manga fans but are interested in learning more about this great Japanese indigenous art form, since you can get round it in under an hour without being crammed with information. Combined with a...More

1  Thank Daniel G
Reviewed 6 October 2016

After ten minutes walk from Takaraduka Station, the end of Hankyu Takaraduka Railway Line, we can find a colorful tower of The Osamu Tezuka Manga Museum. A big figure of Phoenix, one of the manga characters created by Tezuka, welcomes us. We also find many...More

1  Thank AsukaSaki
Reviewed 7 August 2016 via mobile

If you want to see Astroboy and Ultraman you have to pay 700¥ for it. Its a 1500 steps walk from the train station. They have free stamps where you can put on a pad as souvenir.

1  Thank Faithy18
Reviewed 10 August 2015

Enjoyed this place with so much fun animation history dedicated to Osamu Tezuka. I'm glad I got to go with a group of locals who helped with translation!

1  Thank einalem76
Reviewed 8 July 2015

This Museum gives you a 20+ years rollback you will be able to see his life and some of his items like his glasses, some storyboards, etc... Upstairs, there's a temporary exhibition that is based on Tezuka's works the only bad point is that noone...More

1  Thank Mikoto59
Reviewed 26 October 2014

The entire museum is dedicated to Osamu Tezuka, "the god of manga" and they've added a lot of decorations and architecture for his various works. So, even without English signs (though we got a little folder with a floor plan) there's things to look at...More

2  Thank zuzanc2014
Reviewed 8 March 2013

If you are very fond of manga, the museum is worth a detour, otherwise not. Especially harms the confrontation with the Ghibli Museum in Mitaka. Anyway, it is at walking distance from Takarazuka railways stations (both JR and Kintetsu).

3  Thank Brun066
Reviewed 20 February 2013

about an hour away from the centre of tokyo, but worth the trip - a great tribute to the man that created astro boy and kimba the white lion. Most things were in japanese, but it really didn't matter, the pictures were enough :)

2  Thank Hirafu1
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I didn't c any blueprint this June. When I was there all kinds Astro Boy posters all sale out.
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